Seneca County’s new Bloomville EMS station nearing completion

By Sheri Trusty, Seneca County Media Relations Coordinator

Seneca County’s newest EMS station, located outside Bloomville, is expected to open this spring.

Seneca County’s newest EMS station is nearing completion. On April 3, Seneca County Commissioners Bill Frankart and Tyler Shuff and Seneca County Administrator Barb Patterson stopped by the EMS station that is under construction on State Route 224 near Bloomville to hear updates from Project Manager Adam Wines from Clouse Construction.

Adam Wines from Clouse Construction, center, is the project manager for the EMS station under construction outside Bloomville. Here, he gives updates on the project’s progress to Seneca County Commissioner Tyler Shuff, left, and Seneca County Commissioner Bill Frankart, right.

The group discussed some of the final tasks at the site, including landscaping, signage and security measures.

“There will be a big difference in two weeks, when we’ll have the flooring, cabinets and ceilings done,” Wines said.

The Seneca County Joint EMS District’s first newly-constructed station is nearing completion outside Bloomville. Shown here are, from left, Project Manager Adam Wines from Clouse Construction, Seneca County Commissioner Bill Frankart, RCM Architect Mike Work, Seneca County Administrator Barb Patterson, Seneca County Commissioner Tyler Shuff and Clouse Construction Supervisor Scott Scherley.

The commissioners and administrator were pleased with the work on the station, which is expected to open sometime in the next few months.

“The EMS building is progressing really well, and we’re excited about our springtime grand opening,” Commissioner Frankart said.

The Bloomville station will be part of the Seneca County Joint EMS District, which will also include a station that will be constructed in New Riegel.

The EMS station project near Bloomville is nearing completion.

“I’m happy for our residents and proud of our leaders,” Commissioner Shuff said. “It took a lot of hard work and long nights to bring everyone together to see the big picture of what the future of EMS could be here in Seneca County.”